Oil & Gas Companies Can’t Greenwash the Climate Crisis Away

November 24, 2020 • Josh Eisenfeld
The oil and gas industry has repeatedly proven it cannot be trusted. For decades, they have been undermining public trust in climate science to obstruct government action that might negatively affect their bottom line. Unfortunately, they were all too successful.… More »

How Many Lies Does It Take?

October 13, 2020 • Josh Eisenfeld
Last week, Exxon proved, once again, that the oil and gas industry cannot be trusted to take the steps needed to tackle methane pollution and the climate crisis.  Leaked documents, made public by Bloomberg News, show how Exxon has misled… More »

Worst of the Worst: A first-hand view of PA’s oil and gas polluters

September 17, 2020 • Leann Leiter
After years of work by communities and advocates, Pennsylvania is now poised to adopt new rules requiring oil and gas companies to reduce their pollution. Oil and gas companies have created a 1 million+ ton methane and air pollution problem… More »

Statement from Earthworks, National Parks Conservation Association and Clean Air Task Force on Opening Legal Actions Against EPA Rescission of Two Regulations on Methane Emissions

September 16, 2020 • Earthworks * National Parks Conservation Association * Clean Air Task Force
The National Parks Conservation Association and Earthworks, represented by attorneys from Clean Air Task Force, joined other environmental groups in filing two lawsuits in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia challenging EPA’s unlawful rules that rescind… More »

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New Mexico Loud and Clear: What public regulatory complaints reveal about New Mexico’s oversight of oil and gas pollution and whom it serves

September 16, 2020

Comments on NM Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Dept. Draft Regulations on Oil and Gas Venting and Flaring

September 15, 2020

Comments on NM Environment Dept. Draft Regulations to Reduce Emissions From Oil & Gas

September 15, 2020

Earthworks: 2000ft setback welcome, but COGCC must go further to protect health and climate

September 11, 2020
Background: On Wednesday, four of five Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) commissioners expressed support for extending setback requirements for new oil and gas operations to 2000ft, up from 500ft, to protect public health and safety. Supporters cited a CDPHE… More »